Intel unveiled its new Xeon W-2200 series and Core X series processors

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Recently, Intel unveiled its latest Intel Xeon W-2200 series and Core X series processors. Both the lineups have improved computing performance and AI acceleration for professionals creators and enthusiasts who need the possible performance. 

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The Xeon W-2200 series and Core X series are among the first high-end desktop PC and feature AI acceleration with the integration of Intel Deep Learning Boost. According to Intel, this offers an AI interference boost of 2.2 times in comparison to the previous generation. Besides, the series also features Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 for fast simulation and modeling by identifying and prioritizing the fastest cores available.

Intel Vice President and General Manager of Desktop, Workstation and Channel Group, Frank Soqui said:

Intel Xeon W-2200 Series

This series is the ultimate option for professional creators. In this lineup, Intel launched eight new processors featuring up to 18 cores and 36 threads, and a turbo speed of up to 4.8GHz. They can be used in configurable form factors meaning from small desktops to towers. The processors also include built-in platform security features such as ECC and Intel vPro for creative professionals. 

Intel Xeon W-2200 Series

Moreover, the processors also come with Deep Learning Boost, WiFi 6, and Intel 2.5G Ethernet controller i225 support. The chipmaker also states that the platform accelerates 3D rendering 10 percent faster on Autodesk Revit with V-Ray when compared to previous versions and two times faster than a 3-year-old workstation. The price for this processor series ranges from $294 to $1,333. For more info check the Xeon W series brief here.

Intel Core X Series

Intel unveiled four processors under this lineup with the added flexibility of overclocking capabilities and are built for freelancers, enthusiasts, and prosumers. This series also has up to 18 cores and 36 threads along with a maximum turbo speed of 4.8GHz. All the processors under this series come with Performance Maximizer feature allowing the users to dynamically custom-tune the processor speeds. The new Core X-series processors price ranges from $590 to $979. For more details you can check the X-series product brief here.

Intel Core X Series

These new Xeon W-2200 and Core X-series processors will be arriving in this year November 2019.

Also check: AMD announced the new Ryzen PRO 3000 Series

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